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You have a great idea and want to start a business. But do you have what it takes to make it a success? Here are some of our helpful tips for the new venture business owner.
Make sure that you choose your new company business tax structure properly.
Sole Proprietorship-Most Popular
A sole proprietorship is the most basic type of business to establish. You alone own the company and are responsible for its assets and liabilities.
Limited Liability Company-Probably the best choice
An LLC is designed to provide the limited liability features of a corporation and the tax efficiencies and operational flexibility of a partnership.
A corporation is more complex and generally suggested for larger, established companies with multiple employees.
An S corporation is similar to a C corporation but you are taxed only on the personal level.
What you need to do to start a business: choose a legal structure, see if you need licences and insurance, learn about coverages and benefits.
Starting a business involves some detailed planning, making important financial decisions, and completing a basic business plan that is a road-map for how you will structure, run, and grow your new venture business.
Use the SBA to get more information on a new business startup. Click here to go to the US Small Business Administration website.